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Old 02-03-2015, 09:42 PM   #14 (permalink)
roosterk0031
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He's already lost (WAG)$7-10000 in depriciation, done and gone, the only way to get it back is to keep it a long, spread that deprication out over 15-20 years, not a big deal, own a car since new or almost, know the history, know the maintenace, maybe not pricesless but hard to put a price on.

One of the worst finicancial mistakes I made wasn't buying a 2002 Montero Sport, but trading it off with only 55,000 miles. If my wife was still driving it today it would have been a good choice.
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